Edgewood Drive likes pig butts and they cannot lie. Seriously, they really do.
Edgewood Drive feasted on smoked pig butts and an impressive array of homemade side dishes during Edgewood Drive's 2nd Annual Pig Roast on Saturday, October 13. This street just might take the prize for best chefs in Ft. Thomas, and I'm already looking forward to tasting next year's dinner.
The pig roast tradition began last year when Rob Pinkston invested in a smoker, and decided to include the neighborhood in on the delicious bounty. This year's pig roast consisted of five pig butts purchased by Edgewood residents. They began smoking the meat at 12:30am on October 13th in preparation for their 5:00pm dinner.
Adults mingled with friends throughout various yards and also around a crackling fire. The kids enjoyed an inflatable bouncy castle courtesy of an Edgewood Drive resident. In typical Ft. Thomas fashion, a few games of football were happening on the street, which was closed to traffic for the evening.
Does your street have any fun, unique, or interesting traditions? Let us know - we'd love to hear about it.